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LaCie Little Big Disk Thunderbolt 2 boasts title of fastest portable storage offering

LaCie Little Big Disk Thunderbolt 2 boasts title of fastest portable storage offering

LaCie has introduced the Little Big Disk Thunderbolt 2 here at CES 2014, something the company is hailing as the faster portable storage option presently available. As you may have guessed from the name, the LBD model uses Thunderbolt 2, which allows it to transfer speeds of up to 1375MB/s, outpacing USB 3.0 by quite a bit. As with some of the other design-centric products LaCie introduced today, the Little Big Disk also has a carefully-chosen design.

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Surface Pro 2 gets sly upgrade as Microsoft swaps CPU

Surface Pro 2 gets sly upgrade as Microsoft swaps CPU

Microsoft has quietly upgraded the Surface Pro 2, with new hardware including faster processors being sent out to those who returned their Windows 8 tablets after the December firmware update debacle. Although Microsoft yanked the firmware package before every Surface Pro 2 user could upgrade it, some owners sent back their tablets for replacement, only to find, WinBeta reports, that the hardware returned had a newer generation of Intel Core i5 processor inside.

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Intel could sell its failed OnCue web TV business to Verizon next week

Intel could sell its failed OnCue web TV business to Verizon next week

Intel has almost managed to persuade Verizon Communications to buy its ill-fated OnCue web-TV service, insiders claim, with an announcement potentially as soon as next week. Verizon's interest is in extending its FiOS media service, Bloomberg reports, without having to build out new fiber-optic infrastructure, while for Intel it would be an opportunity to supply chips but not shoulder the burden of negotiating content deals, licensing for which has been tough going.

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Google reportedly contemplating designing and using its own chips

Google reportedly contemplating designing and using its own chips

In what could end up being a blow to Intel, Google is contemplating both designing and using its own server processors, according to a source who spoke to the folks at Bloomberg. There would be several benefits for the Internet giant if it decides to undertake such efforts, particularly the control offered over the crossroads betwixt software and hardware. Nothing has been set in stone, however, and the source says plans could end up changing.

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Gateway LT41P notebook returns with touchscreen action

Gateway LT41P notebook returns with touchscreen action

This week the 10.1-inch Gateway LT41P is being announced this week with a fully renewed interest in touchscreens for the next generation in personal computing. This notebook brings on HD LCD technology with 1366 x 768 pixels across it. You'll also find an Intel Celeron processor inside alongside 2GB DDR3L SDRAM.

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